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Wine

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Aldi is known for selling affordable and delicious wine. In fact, there is an entire Aldi wine list dedicated to the bottles that have won various awards. Various Aldi-specific wines have won awards from the International Wine and Spirit Competition, per the Aldi official website.

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Chocolate

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Since wine is a popular Aldi shopping staple, it makes sense that chocolate is, too. The German-owned company reportedly deals with lots of European suppliers, meaning they also have lots of imported treats – including chocolate.

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Bread

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Aldi sells tonnes of different types of bread including brioche, whole wheat, rolls, Italian bread, bagels, even English muffins, and more. Not only do their breads have solid reviews, but they sell for an affordable price.

Butter

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According to their website, 250g of butter at Aldi is $2.79, cheaper than what you can find at competing supermarkets.

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Cheese

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Similarly to their chocolate selection, Aldi has excellent cheeses from grass-fed cheddar to gouda and everything in between. These fancier flavours range in price anywhere from $2.79 to $5. “Best of all, Aldi has won numerous awards for their delicious cheeses, so you’re guaranteed they are of the best quality,” says Jeremy Harrison, founder of Hustle Life. “Aldi can sell their products at a lower price simply because they’re efficient and have low overhead.”

Yoghurt

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Yes, Aldi has even more dairy at reasonable prices. A kilo of Aldi’s yoghurt goes for as little as $3.00.

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Paper plates

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Although paper plates aren’t necessarily the most economical purchase since they are made for one use, when you’re hosting large parties, they are the ideal solution. The price point is what makes Aldi paper plates so attractive for those crowded dining situations.

Canned foods

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Whatever you can find in a can ­including soup, beans, tomatoes, fruit, and various veggies – are good items to buy at Aldi. Plus, they have a similar selection to other supermarkets.

Baking essentials

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Add other baking essentials to your cart already filled with butter and chocolate. According to Kiplinger, baking must-haves like flour, sugar, and oil are a steal at Aldi in comparison to other name brands.

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Organic goods

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If you like buying organic-anything or organic-everything, Aldi is a great alternative to pricier health-food stores or websites. According to Go Banking Rates, Aldi has lower prices on everything from organic produce and beef to organic grains and coffee.

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